Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Worthington Group Plc LSE:WRN London Ordinary Share GB00B01YQ796 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 87.00p 0 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.00p 0.00p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 0.26 -5.29 -42.00 11.2

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Worthington Daily Update: Worthington Group Plc is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WRN. The last closing price for Worthington was 87p.
Worthington Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
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There are currently 12,869,645 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Worthington Group Plc is £11,196,591.15.
knigel: So why the suspension? The same person selling and the same person buying? Or the same 2-3 people buying the shares then selling a few days later? The share price moving more than is normal for a matched system? Maybe the increase in volume just before AE updated this blog? Whetstone has been on Britdaq for over a year so it should be made clearer the reason(s) why Whetstone is not longer suitable for the exchange. Also makes it harder to move the listing elsewhere. Final point - what about the impact this will have on RAP and NARC? A major shareholder suspended and unable to fund any future drawdowns (ATM)
knigel: Andy, if the share was on the AIM market I would be buying but not on Britdaq. I think it's the key reason the share price has been all over the place (but I agree 3p is better than 20p re buying the shares)
andy: Rap has finally traded on the OTC again, 1,000 shares at 21c, meaning a $210 buy has made the share price increase by 320%! It also traded 1,000 shares on the Swiss Exchange, at 13 Euro cents, so around a £110 buy increased the share price by 30%!
philobeddoe: David "spikey" kip keeps prattling on about current nav per share but what investor invests based upon the current value of the company alone? Isn't the idea of investing that you are INVESTING in the MEDIUM to LONG TERM growth prospects of the company, not the here and now? Isn't that what every investor does? (Apart from day traders of course who are in and out quickly based entirely on the share price movement). The very definition of "investing" is about putting money into something (be that a stock, a buy to let property, a cash ISA, etc etc) with a view to having your money tied up there for x number of months or years and hopefully getting back more than you put in. The focus behind EVERY investment is in future potential returns. And we all know the narc deal has a lot of future potential. Potential that could make the current share price of whetstone look like the bargain of the century in the years to come. Now of course not everyone sees or agrees with that potential. And that's fine - look at any stock and you're always going to have buyers and sellers, those who see the potential and those who don't. And it's that difference of opinion that makes the stock market work! So whilst David chooses to focus only on current value, others focus primarily on the huge potential of the narc deal. And it's that potential along with other deals in the pipeline and hopefully a listing on a proper exchange one day that makes whetstone a buy, even a screaming buy in the opinion of many of us shareholders. Unless you plan to sell straight away, current value is irrelevant!
spary1: Bbms, I think WHET will go a long way for various reasons People said there would never be gifted shares but here we are People said there would never be deals but we have had 2 already. Admittedly RAP isn’t performing the best at the moment, maybe sale were up over Christmas ? Maybe it just needs to update the market regarding profits ? At the moment it seems to be just the share price that is languishing not the company but that seems to happen to most share price in between company updates ? NARC, Phil put up a much better case than I ever could yesterday you can make a hit game that brings in millions on a very small budget. Flappy bird took an indie developer less than a week to make. It made $50k a day in revenue at it's height. Angry birds (the original game) made tens of millions in revenue, $1.5 million a day. It cost $140,000 to make. Fortnite cost around $70,000 to make. It made $300m in the first 200 days alone - and that was just on IOS. If the game is good and in demand, it may need very little additional funding. Word of mouth gets round in the gaming circle, there's no need for big spend on marketing. Popular games market themselves. Look at who is heading Narc and how he was involved with EVE the highly successful MMO that was sold for $425 million in September of this year. This isn’t some obscure developer is it, again this is someone who has grown up and running is own company which makes you more determined does it not ? Further deals, shows the guys have been busy and actively pursuing deals does it not Funding, obviously there is some or deals wouldn’t be getting done, yes we need an update on that Aidan, yep he has made mistakes in the past for sure, but mistakes sometimes need to be made to build a stronger understanding and make sure they don’t happen again, look back to the case that SK points out, how old was he then, early twenties wasn’t it, I think 30 odd years later that a lot has been learnt, also With The FCA looking at WRN tells you a couple of things, not able to comment until 2020, really, are they struggling to find anything ? With the FCA taking a look at WRN don’t you think Whet will be squeaky clean ? Also why say on a blog about WEN coming back, with all the attention on him you wouldn’t post that lightly due to the scrutiny from those who choose to attack the 2 companies, also the same regarding the share price prediction of being higher than the highest WRN price ? You wouldn’t make that statement lightly would you due to all the attention it would bring if it didn’t happen ?
spary1: Lol NIGEL, this sounds promising The Whetstone share price to exceed the highest share price for Worthington in 2014 and for the audited net asset value per share of Whetstone to exceed the highest audited or unaudited net asset value per share of Worthington in 2014; and My 30 year promise to be fulfilled; and For Worthington to come out of liquidation via CVA Sounds like it’s whet and WRN time to shine 😜
knigel: BTW for the record, i traded Worthington on and off before suspension so kept an interest ok? When a company gets suspended - then promises to relist ASAP and makes promises on future deals worth £2 billion - then goes into liquidation - then a blog is set up to update shareholders instead of the usual method of issuing a RNS - then the promise of shares being gifted is made - then the NEX listing is pulled - then TI court action is promised - then Whetstone is created and lists on Britdaq - then there is a deal - then the share price soars and then falls back - then there is a second deal and the share price rises - then Worthington might come back - then there is a promise of future deals - then the share price is 40 times the NAV - IS IT ANY WONDER NON HOLDERS WANT TO DISCUSS THIS UNIQUE COMPANY AND ITS EVENTS????
bbmsionlypostafter: Dynamitedazza 24 Dec '18 - 10:00 - 1321 of 1330 Woybore you old fool my actions will have zero effect on any share price... So an insider & major shareholder drip feeding hints & insider knowledge has zero effect on any share price yet people posting on a BB (of a share that was suspended 4 odd years ago) that maybe 20 people read have destroyed WRN/WHET by TI. Explain that to me.
knigel: Peter - last point as it's the weekend - I presume when WE started selling the share price was around 5p - he helped to create a market for buyers and the share price gradually increased over the following few days/weeks up to 30p + although he might have stopped selling before the share price hit this level. He knew what he was doing imho. To be fair - there were demand for the shares and someone had to sell - but look at the NUMBER of trades 100+ - I am not really sure how anyone can defend this except to say perhaps we would do the same..
knigel: BTW Phil (who suddenly is posting here 24/7 after months of saying f all) can you PROVE IT IS ACCUARATE? Nope... that's the point and the main reason so many continue to post here .... it was an outrageous RNS simply because it was designed to promote and increase the share price .. name any other company that states they have x deals in the works which will result in x NAV.. they don't .. they have the sense to say something like "enhance shareholder value".. or .. "a NAV far higher than the current share price".. I cannot think of any other company that actually went out of their way to put a NAV figure on their future deals ... a Nomad probably would not have allow it .. Why do you support this company so much? What has it actually done for you except keep you locked in for four years and now have a company on Britdaq a faction of the WRN share price.. if you can prove the £ 5 NAV is accurate AND WILL HAPPEN - fine - i will offer an apology but it is a) historic b) probably out of date and c) relates to a suspended in liquidation company so 90% unlikely to ever happen!
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